Apple is celebrating 106 years of the US National Park Service.
On August 28, the company will donate $10 to the National Park Foundation for every purchase made through Apple Pay at retail stores, the Store app and the website, up to a maximum of $1 million.
Podcast with Native Americans and more
And other campaigns related to the topic have also been launched: various Apple services have some content on the topic of national parks. Below is one Guide on Apple MapsA podcast series and more.
Podcasts are also run by a tribe. Apple Watch users have a new challenge. It will end August 27th with walking, running, walking or wheelchair training. It must be at least one mile (1.6 km) wide.
Collect a new digital badge
As always, the reward is a digital badge for the collection. Apple continues to write about the process:
“Every time I visit our national parks — most recently Yosemite and Glacier — I feel the awe, peace and quiet awe that only nature can bring,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook. “We are proud to work with the organizations and communities that care for our parks, teach us about their history and share it with the world. These treasures deserve to be preserved today and for every generation to come.[…]
The Parks Honoring Native American History guide on Apple Maps allows users to learn more about national parks honoring Native American history and heritage. On Apple Podcasts, listeners can access a collection of episodes featuring Native voices, including an episode of Parks’ “Yellowstone,” an Indigenous-hosted podcast about the people who lived on America’s public lands before settlers arrived. In the states.
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